Can Christians doubt if God exists?



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St.John AME Church Raleigh



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St. John AME Church Raleigh Mass Choir- “The Blood Still Works”
The mission of St. John AME Church is to take whatever things that are true, honest, just, pure, lovely, of good report, and virtue, and make these things a reality, not only in our church, but also in our community. We will accomplish this by taking the ministry of our Lord, Jesus Christ, to the people.

God has called us to stand in the gaps of our communities and repair the broken places, heal the sick, love the unlovable and to open the doors of those that are held in bondage.
Those things, which ye have both learned, and received and heard, and seen in me, do: and the God of peace shall be with you. (Phil. 4:8-9)
“At St. John AME Church, we understand and know the call of God. In a very complex, cold and unfriendly world, God’s love and saving grace allows us to have warm lives through his son JESUS.” Rev. Allen E. Warren

Please join Us for our 8am, 11am Sunday Service or Bible Study Wednesday nights at 7pm. Sunday School begins at 9:30 am.
You may visit us on the web at The mission of St. John AME Church is to take whatever things that are true, honest, just, pure, lovely, of good report, and virtue, and make these things a reality, not only in our church, but also in our community. We will accomplish this by taking the ministry of our Lord, Jesus Christ, to the people.

God has called us to stand in the gaps of our communities and repair the broken places, heal the sick, love the unlovable and to open the doors of those that are held in bondage.
Those things, which ye have both learned, and received and heard, and seen in me, do: and the God of peace shall be with you. (Phil. 4:8-9)
“At St. John AME Church, we understand and know the call of God. In a very complex, cold and unfriendly world, God’s love and saving grace allows us to have warm lives through his son JESUS.” Rev. Allen E. Warren

Please join Us for our 8am, 11am Sunday Service or Bible Study Wednesday nights at 7pm. Sunday School begins at 9:30 am.
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Our address is 3001 Tryon Road , Raleigh NC, 27603. 919-833-0224. Thank you and God Bless You!!

From This Day Forward a Video Study by Craig and Amy Groeschel – Session One



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From This Day Forward a DVD Study by Craig and Amy Groeschel

Discover a richer, deeper, more authentic relationship and a more rewarding and passionate love life

Everyone dreams of a fairy-tale marriage – the perfect spouse, the perfect home, the perfect family. But reality tells us that these expectations don’t hold up very long. Many studies indicate that close to fifty-percent of marriages don’t make it. With those odds, is it even possible to have a good marriage – let alone a great one? New York Times bestselling author and pastor Craig Groeschel insists you can … but not if you approach it like everyone else does.

In this video-based small group study, Craig and his wife, Amy, show engaged and married couples how to conquer the odds in a culture where “I do” doesn’t necessarily mean forever, so they can find the joy, passion, and strength of a marriage built by God. In five sessions, they present the five commitments all spouses need to make in order to absolutely fail-proof their marriage. Starting right now … from this day forward.

Session Titles:
1. Seek God
2. Fight Fair
3. Have Fun
4. Stay Pure
5. Never Give Up

New York Times bestselling author Craig Groeschel is the founding and senior pastor of LifeChurch.tv, a pacesetting multi-campus church and creators of the popular and free YouVersion Bible App. He is the author of several books, including Fight, Altar Ego, Soul Detox, Weird, The Christian Atheist, and It. Craig, his wife, Amy, and their six children live in Edmond, Oklahoma.

Amy Groeschel is a home educating mom and leads LifeChurch.tv’s women’s ministry. She is also the founder Branch15, a non-profit housing ministry that helps marginalized women and has co-authored SOAR, a Bible study for women.

Ignoring White Privilege and Racism in the Church | ANNOTATE



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Is America ignoring white privilege and racism in today’s church? Mary McClintock Fulkerson and Marcia Mount Shoop shine a light on the prevalent and underlying issue.

About their book, A Body Broken, A Body Betrayed – Race, Memory, and Eucharist in White-Dominant Churches (

Race and privilege are issues that cry out for new kinds of attention and healing in American society. More specifically, we are being called to surface the dynamics of whiteness especially in contexts where whites have had the most power in America. The church is one of those contexts–particularly churches that have traditionally been seen as the stalwarts of the American religious landscape: mainline Protestant churches.

Theologians and Presbyterian ministers Mary McClintock Fulkerson and Marcia Mount Shoop invite us to acknowledge and address the wounds of race and privilege that continue to harm and diminish the life of the church. Using Eucharist as a template for both the church’s blindness and for Christ’s redemptive capacity, this book invites faith communities, especially white-dominant churches, into new ways of re-membering what it means to be the body of Christ. In a still racialized society, can the body of Christ truly acknowledge and dress the wounds of race and privilege? Re-membering Christ’s broken and betrayed body may be just the healing path we need.

Mary is Professor of Theology at Duke Divinity School in Durham, North Carolina, and an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). She is the author of Changing the Subject: Women’s Discourses and Feminist Theology (1994) and Places of Redemption: Theology for a Worldly Church (2007).

Marcia is a theologian and the author of Touchdowns for Jesus and Other Signs of Apocalypse: Lifting the Veil on Big-Time Sports (2014), Let the Bones Dance: Embodiment and the Body of Christ (2010) and a blogger at She is also an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).

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